So there you have it. If you missed any of these the first time around, I hope you'll enjoy reading through them now.
The fact that my manual focus lens and fix-it articles lead the pack is no great surprise. Because I hang out on forums where such things are discussed, I'm able to "advertise" those posts using legitmate, on-topic replies to people's questions. The top ranked Micro-Nikkor repair article has taken on a life of its own, frequently being suggested by other people when the subject of this lens comes up on forums all over the world. I suppose it doesn't hurt that this one was one of the first articles I wrote on this blog, so it's had time to develop some notoriety.
Some other stats of note through our first seven months:
- Operating system: 74% of you run Windows. 13% run MacOS. 4% run Linux. 2% run Android, and other mobile devices trail off from there.
- Browser: 35% of you run Firefox. 24% run IE. 19% run Chrome. 11% run Safari. 4% run Opera. Other (mostly mobile) browsers follow.
- Location: 45% of you are from the USA. The next five are Singapore (4%), Germany (4%), the UK (3%), Canada (3%), and France (2%). Rounding out the top ten, with just over 1% each, are Indonesia, Philippines, China, and Pakistan. That still leaves 33% of you from the rest of the world. I have to admit that I'm pretty tickled that a web site produced from a mid-sized city in the exact center of the US has such a diverse readership.
What other topics would you like to seem me cover in 2012? Which current themes should I leave behind? I've got more of the same just waiting to be presented, but I want to keep the Prairie Rim Images blog relevant to our readers, and that means letting you all help guide our direction. Speak up in the comments below!